2017 Honda CR-V: Not Preferred Over Civic & Accord

As the crossover segment continues to heat up, Honda relentlessly dominates this current hype. The CR-V has always been Honda’s most popular model in the United States since the day it stepped into the market back in 1997. It’s not surprising that its latest CR-V, slated to go on sale on December 21, will only Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Not Preferred Over Civic & Accord[…]

2017 Honda Civic vs Subaru Impreza: A New Winner?

Subaru has been a pretty impressive brand, especially with the latest Subaru Impreza, so it’s not surprising that it will only be going further from here on. However, how does Subaru’s latest production match up to the Honda Civic, one of the most popular compact sedans globally? The 2017 Subaru Impreza underpins the company’s new Read more about 2017 Honda Civic vs Subaru Impreza: A New Winner?[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Success By Honda Civic

It has already been confirmed that the 2018 Honda Accord will be sharing the same platform as the Honda Civic and now Honda has announced that the former will also be offering Civic’s 1.5T powertrain worth 174hp. However, the automaker has yet to affirm if this new powertrain will be replacing the current 3.5-liter V6 Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Success By Honda Civic[…]

2017 Honda Odyssey: Missing Key Pilot, CR-V Ingredient

It has become quite evident that a lot of what makes a vehicle attractive in the eyes of consumers have little to do with the direct act of driving. And one particular aspect of commuting has gained in importance more than others. Yeah, we’re talking about in-car connectivity. Given how smartphones have taken over our Read more about 2017 Honda Odyssey: Missing Key Pilot, CR-V Ingredient[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Doing Justice To Honda Civic

The 2017 Honda CR-V is really a powerful crossover and that has been long known. But now, following its recent EPA ratings, we can safely say that the latest CR-V is way more fuel efficient than its previous generations. The all-new Honda CR-V is equipped with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine worth 190 horsepower. Based on Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Doing Justice To Honda Civic[…]

Honda Accord, Civic Pull New CR-V Back To Earth

Honda has been perched at the top of the crossover category as the segment gets hotter and hotter. The CR-V has been Honda’s most notable model in the US since the day it stepped into the market back in 1997. The latest model, slated for sale beginning on December 21, will not be jeopardizing its Read more about Honda Accord, Civic Pull New CR-V Back To Earth[…]

Honda Ridgeline, CR-V Prevent Honda From Acura Failure

Honda has successfully secured the top spot on the recent American Customer Satisfaction Index’s 2016 Automobile Report. Meanwhile, Honda’s premium brand, Acura, tops the list from the bottom. Honda scored 86 points out of a possible 100 points in a survey of 3,776 car buyers. This catapulted it to the second position on the list, Read more about Honda Ridgeline, CR-V Prevent Honda From Acura Failure[…]

2017 Subaru Impreza vs Honda Civic: Underdog Hits Hard

Subaru has been at the top of every class and with the upcoming new Subaru Impreza, we can be sure that the brand would only be reaching greater heights from here on. But, how does the 2017 Subaru Impreza compare to one of the most popular compact sedans in the world, the Honda Civic? The Read more about 2017 Subaru Impreza vs Honda Civic: Underdog Hits Hard[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Please Help Me, Civic!

It’s already been known that the 2018 Honda Accord will be underpinning the same architecture as the Honda Civic but Honda has recently confirmed that it will also be offering the Cvic’s 1.5T powertrain, making 174 horsepower. Having said that, Honda did not mention if this new powertrain will be substituting its existing 3.5-liter V6 Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Please Help Me, Civic![…]

2017 Honda CR-V Isn’t Better Than Civic, Accord

The crossover category has been fired up lately and Honda has been dominating this current crossover trend. The CR-V has long been the automakers’ most popular model in the U.S. ever since it entered the market in 1997 and its latest, expected to go on sales on December 21, will not dwindle that prospect. However, Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V Isn’t Better Than Civic, Accord[…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Quick To Make Civic Proud

The 2017 Honda CR-V is, undoubtedly, a powerful vehicle. However, its EPA ratings reveal that this new crossover will be far more fuel efficient than ever before. Sporting the 1.5-liter turbocharged engine making 190 horsepower under the hood, the all-new CR-V is reported to be able to achieve 28mpg for city, 34mpg for highway and Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Quick To Make Civic Proud[…]

Honda Ridgeline, CR-V & Civic Take Honda Further From Acura

American Customer Satisfaction Index’s 2016 Automobile Report is out and it looks like Honda is at the top of the list while Acura, Honda’s premium brand, settles at the bottom. Honda had managed to secure 86 out of 100 points in a poll of 3,776 car customers which placed it second on the list, after Read more about Honda Ridgeline, CR-V & Civic Take Honda Further From Acura[…]

2018 Honda Accord: Look Who’s Turbocharged!

Many people were not pleased with the fact that the Honda Accord looked very similar to the Acura brand which, inevitably, lowered the luxury feel to the car. However, the Accord can’t be considered a failure as it successfully recorded good sales figures. Some of its latest design also left many people disappointed especially since Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: Look Who’s Turbocharged![…]

2017 Honda CR-V: Smashes Rivals Like Civic

The 2017 Honda CR-V has received its EPA ratings and it’s safe to say that this new crossover will be way more fuel-efficient than before. The latest CR-V, fitted with the 1.5-liter turbocharged engine producing 190 horsepower, is said to achieve up to 28mpg for city, 34mpg for highway and a 30mpg combined. The fuel Read more about 2017 Honda CR-V: Smashes Rivals Like Civic[…]

2017 Subaru Impreza Comes Close To The Civic

Subaru has been ahead of almost all its class and the Subaru Impreza doesn’t look like it’s about to change that. The latest Impreza is truly impressive but how well does it compare to one of the most popular compact sedans in the world, the Honda Civic? The 2017 Subaru Impreza is built on the Read more about 2017 Subaru Impreza Comes Close To The Civic[…]

2017 Honda Civic: Why CVT Is A Better Choice

The 2017 Honda Civic CVT is a better option than the regular version. This is because its fitted with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine paired to a CVT transmission and records an EPA rating of 36mpg combined; 35mpg city and 42mpg highway. The six-speed manual version of the Civic may be more fun to drive but Read more about 2017 Honda Civic: Why CVT Is A Better Choice[…]

2017 Subaru Impreza: Enough To Scare Honda Civic

Subaru has lead every class in so many ways and the latest Subaru Impreza indicates that the brand would not only go further, but it will be impressive while at it. So, how does the 2017 Subaru Impreza compare to the Honda Civic, one of the most popular compact sedans in the world? The latest Read more about 2017 Subaru Impreza: Enough To Scare Honda Civic[…]

2018 Honda Accord: A Civic In Disguise?

The 2018 Honda Accord will not only be underpinning the same architecture as the Civic, it will also begin offering the 1.5T powertrain worth 174 horsepower from the latter, as confirmed by Honda. However, the automaker failed to clarify if this new powertrain would be replacing its current 3.5-liter V6 engine offering 278 horsepower. The Read more about 2018 Honda Accord: A Civic In Disguise?[…]

Upcoming Honda Accord Shares Civic Platform

The Honda Accord wasn’t exactly a failure as it managed to rake in good sales figures yet some folks are not satisfied with the fact that it looked very much like the Acura brand which downgraded its luxurious image. Many have been disappointed at some of the latest design of the Accord as well, as Read more about Upcoming Honda Accord Shares Civic Platform[…]

Honda Civic Couldn’t Help ‘Below Average’ Brand

The U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index Study calculates satisfaction with the sales experience among new-vehicle buyers and rejecters, those who purchase from dealership and elsewhere. J.D. Power’s recent study was generated based on 28,979 buyers who had bought or leased a new vehicle in April or May 2016 and it looks like Honda sits just below Read more about Honda Civic Couldn’t Help ‘Below Average’ Brand[…]